Batman (1966–1968)
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Mr. Freeze is back in town, and has plans to build an icy weapon that will have the world at his control. With help from Glacia Glaze, the renowned ice skater, he captures Professor ... See full summary »

Director:

Oscar Rudolph

Writers:

Charles Hoffman, Bob Kane (based upon characters appearing in "Batman" and "Detective" comics magazines created by)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Adam West ... Batman
Burt Ward ... Robin
Alan Napier ... Alfred (credit only)
Neil Hamilton ... Commissioner Gordon
Stafford Repp ... Chief O'Hara
Madge Blake ... Mrs. Cooper
Eli Wallach ... Mr. Freeze
Leslie Parrish ... Glacia Glaze
H.M. Wynant ... Frosty
Elisha Cook Jr. ... Professor Isaacson (as Elisha Cook)
Skye Aubrey ... Carol (as Schuyler Aubrey)
Ron Riley Ron Riley ... Usher
John Archer ... Captain Carlisle
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Mr. Freeze is back in town, and has plans to build an icy weapon that will have the world at his control. With help from Glacia Glaze, the renowned ice skater, he captures Professor Isaacson and tries to extract the secret formula for instant ice from him. Mr. Freeze then sends his trained seal Isolde to Police Headquarters with a note, demanding Batman deliver a ransom in exchange for the professor. But the frosty villain not only plans to keep the money and the professor, but to terminate the Dynamic Duo in the process. Written by Twenty Penguins

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 March 1967 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title was inspired by the hit spy series I Spy (1965). See more »

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Though he is identified as being an Icelander, Professor Issaacson speaks with no trace of having an Icelandic accent. See more »

Quotes

Bruce Wayne: [picks up phone] Dick?
Dick Grayson: [on other line in phonebooth in back of police headquarters] Yes, Bruce.
Bruce Wayne: I slipped an Anti-Eavesdrop-Batplug into the telephone just in case, I suggest you do the same.
Dick Grayson: I already have.
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References I Spy (1965) See more »

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Eli Wallach the new Mister Freeze
15 May 2016 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

"Ice Spy" was the third outing for the cold hearted Mister Freeze, this time with beloved Eli Wallach in place of George Sanders and Otto Preminger, in what turned out to be his last appearance on the series (while the first pair of two parters were scripted by Max Hodge, this one came from the pen of Charles Hoffman). No longer interested in personal revenge against Batman, the shivering slimeball holds up in an iceberg in Gotham Harbor, before switching to a hideout underneath a skating rink owned by Bruce Wayne. For the first time, he has a willing female accomplice in world famous ice skating star Glacia Glaze (Leslie Parrish), and captures the renowned Professor Isaacson (Elisha Cook) to learn his secret formula in creating a thermodynamic ice ray gun. The cliffhanger finds the Dynamic Duo set to be vaporized to become part of Bruce Wayne's ice rink. The oddest Batclimb cameo comes courtesy of Carpet King, a Los Angeles businessman (real name Cyril Lord) who sold some merchandise to producer William Dozier, and received this on screen plug in lieu of payment! Leslie Parrish first appeared as the glamorous Dawn Robbins in "The Penguin's a Jinx," while playing the ship's captain was veteran John Archer, from "When the Rat's Away the Mice Will Play." A tiny part as showgirl Carol features Schuyler Aubrey, who would later enjoy a larger role as Princess Primrose opposite Milton Berle in "Louie, the Lilac."


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